In light of recent drone incidents at both Gatwick and Heathrow airports, Robert Garbett, Chief Executive at Drone Major Group, the world’s leading global drone and counter drone consultancy, has issued the below statement due to the threat posed by those who abuse drone technology.
Commercial aviation needs to focus on three moving targets for operators and MROs during 2019
Suzannah Robin, alcohol and drug safety expert at AlcoDigital, explains why screening passengers for alcohol abuse would help improve safety on board flights and save airlines from making costly diversions
Thermoplastic composites can offer cabin weight reductions without compromising mechanical properties. A recent project by Bucher Leichtbau and Ensinger shows that making the switch to fiber-reinforced composites can provide additional technical advantages
Too many airlines have had their wings clipped by bad IT. Will they be ready for Christmas travelers?
Aircraft deliveries in August have put the global aerospace industry on track to achieve a new production record this year. However, the Brexit agreement must put prosperity first and protect UK and EU businesses
The inflight magazine is enjoyed by many travelers and is the number one communication channel for airlines. However, it may be time for its form of delivery to change
As airlines become ever-more dependent on software, this creates a greater surface for hackers to attack and so it is no surprise that breaches of this scale are becoming commonplace, says this app security company
Eric Bernardini, global leader of the A&D division at AlixPartners, discusses why the A&D industry cannot afford to be complacent in the face of an increasingly dynamic business environment. Being ‘future ready’ is essential to cutting costs and driving growth in an industry undergoing profound change
Cloud-based solutions are enabling maintenance and operational availability to work together, making manual, time-consuming and error-prone maintenance planning a thing of the past